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Kazakh president steps up purge of security agency after mass unrest

Kazakhstan’s president fired two more top security officials on Sunday after the worst unrest in three decades of post-Soviet independence…

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Iraq’s influential Shia cleric Muqtada al-Sadr to run in general elections

Iraq’s influential Shia cleric Muqtada al-Sadr has announced his intention to participate in upcoming general elections, reversing a previous decision.…

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Iraq

Israel will be wiped out despite Arab normalization: Iraqi politician

An Iraqi politician says Israel will be wiped off the map even though the occupying regime is normalizing its relations…

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Iraq

Anti-government protests in Iraq have once again flared up

Anti-government protests in Iraq have once again flared up, following a period of calm amid the public’s persisting discontent with…

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Iraq

President Salih: Reforms in Iraq natl. decision, won’t be influenced by foreign diktats

Iraqi President Barham Salih says reforms that the government of embattled Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi has pledged to implement…

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Iraq

How Does Ayatollah Sistani Seek to Bring Calm Back to Iraq?

Iraq is still grappling with anti-government protests that were resumed on October 25, proving that the efforts made by the…

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Thousands of Lebanese rally in support of President Aoun 

Thousands of people in Lebanon have held a rally in support of President Michel Aoun, after more than two weeks…

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Iraq

Katyusha Rocket targeted checkpoint near US embassy in Baghdad

A Katyusha rocket has targeted a security checkpoint near the US embassy inside the highly secured Green Zone of Baghdad,…

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Iraq

Iraqi officials dismissed reports of fatalities during protests in Karbala

Iraqi officials have dismissed reports of fatalities during Monday’s anti-government protests in the holy city of Karbala, saying certain media…

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Lebanese formed  170 km long human chain to support protests

Tens of thousands of people in Lebanon have formed a 170-kilometer-long human chain stretching the length of the Arab country…

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